Vocals – Jon HendricksWritten-By – Timmons*, Hendricks*
|A2||A Chant For Bu
Guitar – Michael HowellSoprano Saxophone – Carter JeffersonWritten-By – Mickey Bass
|A3||One For Trane
Guitar – Michael HowellWritten-By – Mickey Bass
Guitar – Michael HowellWritten-By – Cedar Walton
|B2||Along Came Betty
Vocals – Jon HendricksWritten-By – Golson*, Hendricks*
Written-By – Richie Powell
|10067||Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers||Buhaina (LP, Album)||Prestige||10067||France||1973|
|204.5014||Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers||Buhaina (LP, Album)||Prestige||204.5014||Brazil||1974|
|PRST-10067||Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers||Buhaina (LP, Album)||Prestige||PRST-10067||US||1973|
|UCCO-9887||Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers||Buhaina (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Prestige||UCCO-9887||Japan||2009|
|UCCO-90295||Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers||Buhaina (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Prestige||UCCO-90295||Japan||2014|
Complete your Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers collection.
Buhaina is an album by drummer Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers recorded in 1973 and released on the Prestige label. The name comes from the name Blakey took for himself after conversion to Islam. Moanin'" (Bobby Timmons) – 5:31. Chant for Bu" (Mickey Bass) – 8:36. One for Trane" (Mickey Bass) – 6:08. Mission Eternal" (Cedar Walton) – 12:10. Along Came Betty" (Benny Golson) – 4:52. Gertrude's Bounce" (Richie Powell) – 4:43.
One track, the all percussion, semi-Afro-Cuban tour de force "Study in Rhythm," appeared only on the Elektra stereo issue, and "Reflections of Buhaina" only surfaced on the mono Elektra and Savoy LPs; both thankfully appear here. Also, since this was the only Blakey item in the Savoy archives and the archivists needed some filler, they tacked on 27 minutes of music (why not more?) from the Bill Hardman Quartet, the trumpeter's sole album as a leader from this period, and Blakey doesn't even play on it.